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inGraph

What is it?
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inGraph is a flexible, open source charting tool for Icinga and Nagios. The
Python backend collects performance data provided by check plugins and stores
them in a relational database. For displaying graphs inGraph provides a
standalone web interface and an icinga-web integration module both written in PHP
and JavaScript. Furthermore using the check_ingraph plugin you can monitor trends for
any of your checks which provide performance data. For example you can configure
a check to notify you if the load for your server is increasing unexpectedly.

Documentation
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Documentation can be found at
https://www.netways.org/projects/ingraph/wiki.

Installation
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For a installation overview please see the file called INSTALL. For the full
guide please refer to Documentation.

Upgrade Notes
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Please see the file called UPGRADING.

Licensing
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Please see the file called LICENSE.

Authors
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Please see the file called AUTHORS.

Development
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inGraph development is hosted by NETWAYS GmbH and powered by Redmine, a flexible
project management web application (www.redmine.org). NETWAYS' community area is here:
    https://www.netways.org/

And the inGraph development page is here:
    https://www.netways.org/projects/ingraph

The inGraph source repository is available and maintained via git:
    https://git.netways.org/ingraph

For known bugs and further development please see the file called TODO.

Contacts
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    - Project news will be announced via the NETWAYS Blog:
      https://blog.netways.de

    - If you have a bug report or feature request please report to:
      https://www.netways.org/projects/ingraph/issues

    - If you want commercial support for inGraph please contact NETWAYS GmbH:
      info@netways.de

    - You'll find freely available support via the project's bug tracker and
      the Monitoring-Portal forums:
      http://monitoring-portal.org/wbb/index.php?page=Board&boardID=86

    - If you want to participate in actively developing please contact:
      info@netways.de